King County News, April 2008

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Simple tools used to envision solutions for complex problems, Seattle P-I, April 30
Weaker environmental review allows more U-District construction, The Daily of UW, April 30
King County Council Backs Affordable Workforce Housing, Seattle Medium, April 30
Steering growth to Seattle, urban areas, Seattle Times, April 25
Denny-Sealth meeting: 4 Denny-site future options, and more, West Seattle Blog, April 23
A big, new growth management plan is already outgrown,, April 22
Building in urban centers gets boost, Seattle P-I, April 22
New light rail clears way for an MLK makeover, Seattle Times, April 21
Mayor's idea to update neighborhood plans met with skepticism, Seattle P-I, Apri 19
Seattle Process demystified: an introduction to neighborhood planning,, April 18
Council takes ‘field trip’ through Town Center sites, Sammamish Reporter, April 18
Council to vote on Duthie Hill ‘Notch’ proposal Monday, Sammamish Reporter, April 18
Camp Long and the Longfellow Creek Watershed, West Seattle Herald, April 17
A lesson in citizenship, Woodinville Weekly, April 16
Seattle Initiative seeks to improve life for Blacks, poor, News, April 16
Editorial: Finally, zoning modernization, West Seattle News, April 15
City modernizing development code, West Seattle News, April 15
Tree cutting for scenic reasons nothing new in Seattle, Seattle P-I, April 14
1st Design Review meeting for 2 precedent-setting projects, West Seattle Blog, April 10
Historic house in nature's paradise will soon be available to vacationers, Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber, April 9
Still room for more folks in King County, West Seattle Herald, April 7


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